Fun Facts about Lake Texoma:

Lake Texoma is located on the Texas/Oklahoma border, it is considered the tenth largest lake in the United States and offers 1000 miles of shoreline and 89,000 acres that sprawl across both states although most of the lake falls on Oklahoma state line. Texoma was formed in 1944 with the completion of the Denison Dam. Lake Texoma is fed by the Red River and the Washita River along with several creeks, including Rock Creek, Glasses Creek, Little Mineral Creek, Big Mineral Creek and Buncombe Creek. Lake Texoma welcomes millions of visitors annually who come for the natural beauty and great recreational opportunities from sailing, jet skiing, water skiing, windsurfing. The most popular activate on Lake Texoma is Fishing.

Fishing is good all year round on Lake Texoma, depending on Which species you’re after. The lake is home to more than seventy species of fish. In addition to striped bass, some of the most popular species with anglers include largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, white bass spotted bass, black and white crappie, bluegill, green sunfish, longer sunfish, warmouth perch, blue catfish, flathead catfish, and channel catfish, and alligator gar.